Carrying out an infidelity test
First and foremost you need to collect the sample which has drawn your suspicions to send for analysis in our partner laboratories. Was it a stain on your partner’s top? A lip mark on a drinking glass? A Kleenex? This will give us a DNA sample to analyse. Whatever sample of biological material has triggered your doubts, EasyDNA give customers a complete consultation with regard the sample they plan using, which includes important information on how to collect and pack the sample. The price for the Infidelity DNA Test is €349.
Samples and forensic analysis
There are countless samples one can send – here are the most common ones that are submitted:
- Used tissues
It is important, however to make sure the quality of the sample is suitable for testing – this is important to assess the success rate of extracting DNA. In the majority of cases we are successful with extractions. Whilst we can offer a good estimate of the chances of successful DNA extraction for a particular sample we cannot fully guarantee it. There have been cases where some samples do not contain DNA at all or in which the tiny quantity of DNA did not allow to extract any significant amount of genetic markers to carry out an analysis. We always suggest you call us prior to sending samples, so we can discuss your case.
Visit our forensic DNA testing services for more information.
Through infidelity testing we can do any of the following:
- Carry out a DNA test on your chosen sample with the sole aim of determining whether the sample you provided contains male DNA, female DNA or profiles belonging to different people (perhaps two males or two females)
- Carry out further testing by comparing two DNA samples together to see if they belong to different people or to the same one person.
Infidelity tests are essentially scientific tests. They will just express what is found in purely scientific terms. The result cannot in anyway state that cheating or marital infidelity has taken place – these are deductions the client needs to make basing him or herself on the results of the analysis provided. EasyDNA can simply tell you whether sample X contains male or female DNA or whether sample X and sample Y belong to the same person or different people.
Apart from the unfailing quality and meticulousness of our entire DNA testing, our procedures are performed to the highest standard available in an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory.
How much will this cost?
EasyDNA offers competitive pricing structures on all DNA tests.Testing for infidelity starts from €349 but the price does increase depending on how many samples you would like tested, the nature of the sample and whether or not you would like to carry on with further DNA testing – why not contact us for a quote? we would be more than happy to assist you in any way possible.
If you would like further information about our infidelity DNA testing services in Dublin, home paternity tests or to simply discuss your case in finer detail, contact us.
Semen Detection Test
A semen detection test is quick and simple test that will enable you to confirm the presence of semen. If you do not require a full DNA test but just want to know if a strain contains semen or not, check out our semen detection test.
The Human Tissue Act
It is important to be aware that in the UK the Human Tissue Act regulates the collection and analysis of any human tissue. This includes any stain of biological material not matter how small. In order to send a sample for analysis, the person or donor of that sample must give their consent in writing in order for us to test their sample. Furthermore, in order to be fully compliant with the Human Tissue Act, the donor of the sample must also be made aware of how their DNA sample will be used.